Sunday, March 24, 2019

After two hot summers, province has wildfire on the brain

Don't be surprised if you're hearing more about how to deal with wildfire this season. In the wake of two of the worst wildfire seasons...

More downtown patios envisioned with Town plan

Expect to see a few more outdoor "eating spaces" downtown this summer season as the Town of Osoyoos gets to work on its Town...

Council stalls one cannabis request, adds a fourth

Osoyoos Council put the brakes Monday — at least temporarily — to a proposed downtown...

Pond draws Council interest following Lobelia subdivision request

Protecting a pond at the south end of the community brought considerable discussion before Council...

More downtown patios envisioned with Town plan

Expect to see a few more outdoor "eating spaces" downtown this summer season as the...

March 6: What’s Going on In OsoyoosToday?

Good morning, Osoyoos. It's Wednesday, March 6. We offer Canada's warmest welcome; now the Town also wants to provide Canada's safest escape. It's time to play ball! Registration opens for slo-pitch and minor baseball. And we're off for a vacation. The Morning Email returns March 15. Here's what else is going on in OsoyoosToday.

Town granted funding to ensure Canada’s safest escape

The Town of Osoyoos bills itself as providing Canada's Warmest Welcome. Now it also wants...

Mounties uncover stolen stash on Bridesville property

RCMP have recovered "tens of thousands of dollars worth of property" following a raid on...

Hwy. 97 reopens to traffic north of Summerland

After a month of detours — at first by alternate highways and logging roads and...

Finally, relief for high electricity bills — in five years time

The good news: residential customers paying more for electricity to heat their homes due to...

Council dismisses MLA’s call for park reserve referendum

Editor's Note: Updated to include Council decision not to support request federal government hold referendum...

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